New Marble Falls football coach looking for ‘ah-ha’ moments

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO Brian Herman’s not looking at a timeline for how long it will take his players to learn and buy into the Slot-T offense. (more…)

Burnet graduate is first female commander of historic regiment

BY SGT. 1ST CLASS JAMES LALLY • SPECIAL TO DAILYTRIB.COM A Burnet High School graduate made history May 5 as the first woman to take command of one of the oldest regiments in the U.S. Army. (more…)

Joseph’s Hammer hopes to nail down Burnet prison unit chapel

PAM STEVENSON • SPECIAL TO DAILYTRIB.COM Since the construction of the Ellen Halbert Unit in Burnet in 1995, faith-based organizations have borrowed cramped classrooms in the education wing for worship services. That could soon change as members of Joseph’s Hammer met recently with state officials to discuss building a worship center at the women’s prison. […]

Granite Shoals rethinks more tennis courts at sports complex

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO Granite Shoals city leaders are re-evaluating the Roddick Youth Tennis Foundation’s plans to build four more tennis courts at Quarry Park. (more…)

Burnet delays road work in favor of healthy EDC budget

STAFF WRITER JARED FIELDS Burnet City Council and Economic Development Corporation Board members managed to juggle three projects and come away with an agreeable solution May 14. (more…)

Marble Falls school district names Teachers of the Year

FROM STAFF REPORTS The Marble Falls Independent School District named Lezlie Lust and Patrick Minor its Teachers of the Year. (more…)

Realization hits: The Perry family is finally home, sweet home

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO The Rev. George Perry knows how to swing a hammer and drive in a nail. He did it countless times building dog houses, storage rooms, and other projects. But last fall, as he pulled back his hammer to drive the first nail into what would become his and his family’s home, […]

Construction on new RM 2900 bridge nearing its end

STAFF WRITER JARED FIELDS The new RM 2900 bridge in Kingsland has crossed the Llano River and connected to the south side of Lake LBJ. (more…)

Burnet City Council

Burnet delays road work in favor of healthy EDC budget

16 May 2019

STAFF WRITER JARED FIELDS Burnet City Council and Economic Development Corporation Board members managed to juggle three projects and come away with an agreeable solution May 14. (more…)

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Highland Lakes Elementary School's Lezlie Lust

Marble Falls school district names Teachers of the Year

16 May 2019

FROM STAFF REPORTS The Marble Falls Independent School District named Lezlie Lust and Patrick Minor its Teachers of the Year. (more…)

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GCYSA The Patriots

Three Granite Country soccer teams compete at state

16 May 2019

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO Three Granite Country Youth Soccer Association teams advanced to state tournaments after finishing  in the top two at Western District competitions in their respective age groups and levels of play. (more…)

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The Rev. George Perry and family

Realization hits: The Perry family is finally home, sweet home

16 May 2019

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO The Rev. George Perry knows how to swing a hammer and drive in a nail. He did it countless times building dog houses, storage rooms, and other projects. But last fall, as he pulled back his hammer to drive the first nail into what would become his and his family’s home, […]

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New RM 2900 bridge almost finished

Construction on new RM 2900 bridge nearing its end

15 May 2019

STAFF WRITER JARED FIELDS The new RM 2900 bridge in Kingsland has crossed the Llano River and connected to the south side of Lake LBJ. (more…)

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Burnet County Commissioners Court meeting May 14, 2019

Burnet County moves forward on road work and safety projects

15 May 2019

STAFF WRITER JARED FIELDS Burnet County commissioners tackled the details on several road projects during their regular meeting May 14. (more…)

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Shoot for Coop fundraiser is May 18, 2019

Shoot for Coop benefits area graduates, honors namesake

15 May 2019

FROM STAFF REPORTS The Cooper DeSpain Memorial Scholarship benefits at least eight Highland Lakes high school graduates every year. A big reason it can do so is the annual Shoot for Coop Sporting Clay Fundraiser. (more…)

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Marble Falls High School coaching changes

Marble Falls says goodbye to baseball coach, hello to football coordinator additions

14 May 2019

STAFF WRITER JENNIFER FIERRO Changes continue to happen in the Marble Falls High School athletics department. The school district is looking for a new head baseball coach after Russell Reichenbach resigned to return to the Dallas-Fort Worth area. (more…)

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